Uncle Sam’s Proxy Wars
• How the United States “predicted” and promotes Islamic State terrorism.
By Ronald L. Ray —
Several months ago, AMERICAN FREE PRESS reported the disturbing fact that the United States and Israel trained and funded radical Muslim terrorists now known as the Islamic State (ISIS). In light of 2012 Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) documents first revealed last May by the neoconservative Judicial Watch organization and careful analysis of ongoing U.S. activities in the Middle East, there is conclusive proof that the U.S. government not only “predicted” the rise of what would become ISIS, but positively has encouraged and supported it in what seems to be a cynical—and ultimately destructive—ploy to gain political and economic hegemony over the entire region.
That hegemony is a key goal of both U.S. and Israeli long-term strategies to break up Middle Eastern states and establish “Greater Israel” from the Nile to the Euphrates, while destroying any significant Arab or Iranian power. The “long war,” as the DIA calls it, also has the intent of maintaining American control of regional oil interests and transferring their control, at least in part, to Israel. Similar to the CIA/Mossad-led bloody coup in Ukraine, it is Zionists who are intended as the “democratic” rulers of the planned new order.
The original Judicial Watch report seems more like a neoconservative or intelligence community effort to control the narrative, with its focus on the Benghazi, Libya attacks in 2012 and the U.S. presidential election at the time. Nevertheless, it provides the information to connect the dots about U.S. efforts in Syria.
AFP’s Dave Gahary reported on this memo in an in-depth article headlined “Blowback,” which appeared on the front page of the November 23 & 30 issue of AFP. Here is an excerpt from that report:
An August 2012 Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) memo recently released due to a Freedom of Information Act request states very clearly how far the U.S. was willing to go to satisfy their desire to overthrow the legitimately elected Assad:
“If the situation unravels there is the possibility of establishing a declared or undeclared Salafist principality in eastern Syria (Hasaka and Der Zor), and this is exactly what the supporting powers to the opposition want, in order to isolate the Syrian regime, which is considered the strategic depth of the Shia expansion (Iraq and Iran).”
The memo goes on to define the “supporting powers”: “The West, gulf countries, and Turkey support the opposition; while Russia, China, and Iran support the [Assad] regime.”
All of this has, of course, taken place, either by direct U.S. intervention or through proxies like Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey. Some believe the latter have operated contrary to American desires, but this is illogical in the face of the evidence and the above statements. For example, the recent Turkish downing of a Russian fighter jet over Syrian airspace followed Russia’s sharing of the aircraft’s flight plan with the United States, according to Russian news agency RT.
We also need only think of the Western-sponsored false-flag poison gas attacks on Syrians, the miles-long columns of new U.S. battle vehicles driven by ISIS—in one case shadowed unmolested or possibly protected by a U.S. attack helicopter—and the “accidental” drops of supplies and munitions.
Then there is the tracing of U.S.-made weapons employed by ISIS back to the CIA and Saudi Arabia, the protection of ISIS terrorists by Turkey and Turkish purchase of ISIS-controlled oil. Do not forget the U.S.’s half-hearted, ineffective bombing of ISIS targets compared to Russian efforts, or Israel’s support and aid to ISIS fighters. Proof of this was found when an embedded Israeli colonel was rounded up with ISIS fighters.
Finally, there is the ongoing (NDAA 2016) hundreds of millions of dollars in open-ended “aid” to “moderate” terrorist insurgents in Syria, like Jabhat al-Nusra—a head-chopping al Qaeda affiliate—and the Muslim Brotherhood, despite the failure of the program and known links of the fictitiously named “moderates” to ISIS.
We now see the ISIS circle closing, as the terrorist organization, comprised mostly of Arab, Western, and Israeli mercenaries, pivots back to Libya, another formerly prosperous, secular Arab country destroyed by the United States.
Are they regrouping in the face of Russia’s defense of the Syrian people, or are they expanding the American-Israeli proxy war to Africa?
Chances are good it is the latter.